Monthly Archives: November 2012

Pakistan Considers Bill to Ban Independent Mapping Projects

Nighat Dad is executive director of the Digital Rights Foundation in Pakistan. She lives in Lahore. She shared this with We.Gov of the Personal Democracy Forum. The government of Pakistan is about to propose a law that would make it … Continue reading

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Dashboard Government: The Politics of Measurement

Posted by David Eaves to the new We.Gov at the Personal Democracy Forum. The other week I was informed that the city of Edmonton, Alberta, published an online dashboard of various metrics that it hopes will both educate residents about … Continue reading

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News: Measuring Well-Being Instead of Gross State Product with Genuine Progress Indicator

This article comes to us from VTDigger.org. Measuring well-being instead of gross state product: Genuine Progress Indicator relies on alternative economic measure by Nat Rudarakanchana Academics at the University of Vermont are establishing a new system for evaluating the impact … Continue reading

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